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TII U RSDAY, JINK 10, 191 5.
LITTLE ADS FOR
THRIFTY BUYERS
Designed for the of Placing Before tne Public the Merchandise, Craftsmanship and Special Service Offered by Exclusive
Concerns That Are Not Generally Advertised
Classified j Cent a
Rates I Word
Caah with order, .f « barged, 7c *
lln*
No transient advertising Inserted
foil» i than l*c with tush, 13c •*
ch.irg- <l, per Insertion
Thr itbov* rite* Riipiy to til rlgaal*
ft. at lon* ••«■ .j t liirthi*. « »rd* “f
TiuiiK i, < >tiit uhtie*. Meeting Nolle** 1
at 'I mII tin j>r i»rt*n In a Mala Help. (
Mirths. I'ciih-. Catrta of Thank*
and Meeting Nntlo*» Minimum
<h.ng«. !’> r 7» i 2!. aor tin or lee-. over
Hi word* one and -on*»thlrd c*nt* Iff
ra h c- \trn word
Marriage Licenses
George II lint* h*-r. Jl. Detroit. Mil
lie TANARUS« iinant, .'ft, .-ame
ealvatore i’or «ro. 25, J>*trolt; Har
bai m I■ | Bloat 13, tarni ,
i\ | lit am s Mr»rkl«« 2>. Detroit. I-ou
ratta k, 37. -ame
Fai K Rouble Detroit; Haxel
M It ur a * 11. 19. same. „ ,
P.dwaid Davl*. 22. Detroit. If«l*»n
Achunia< her. IV asm*
Phillip i: Walton. 2S. Detroit; Ethel
M Ku#»ey. 2«, *«"’* , .
Henry Pfelfel. 2", I‘rtrott. Ida Me
Donald. 2#. *«me
Jr»a H. Im. r 35 Mayavlll*. ky .
Julia HlUthe, Jl. tame . ...
Joseph V Collar 2«, Detroit. Alice
Vm 33. Wglkervllle, »*nt.
Charles K Scott, 2». Muncte. Inn.,
Pearl II H.»«*. 14. Indianapolis, Jnd
.«tanle> SaJow«Wl. 21. 1». t r-.« t. I>kl*
Hslotak. It. •ant** . , ,
Delbert Smith 25. lv»trolt. Louise
M **ner. 23, *mnr
Arthur Ar.-, 32, Detroit. Edna Sulli
van. I*. OroMf Point*
Henry A li.-hremll -’*. Detroit. Mb
tilda K Oti* Jl. aam#
Svth W I.a Harr*. 34. Birmingham
O, Myrtle Imviilmii, 24. aam*
Pharl*a t» Morrla. 3«. Detroit. Adrla
It Caugher S3 «ani».
Gaaton Hch»uhroe*k. IS. Detroit.
Marie de Landaheer. aam*
Art • iagu i. r 25. Detroit, Eva Gall*.
'"sklnaley. 32. Detroit Ira Ho*.
er .stani*law Xahrsyakl. 24, Detroit;
Marv Hura. 27. aattte
Paul H Baker. JJ. Detroit; Unr
ence M Horn*. 2*. aame
joaet h W llodler. 35 Detroit; *Hur
enre Girardln. 24. *am*
Charles Kim*. 14, Detroit Bertha
Wall ter. 25 aatne
Joseph Mautokl. 39 Detroit. Beaale
K roll* »« ak.i. 23 asm*
William A S* ho#nfrld, *3. Detroit
Clara Keratar 3S, aame u .. .
Frank Bear 37 Detroit; Mildred
Xmupy 22. Pontiac t
Frank Whit*. 27. Detroit. l-Ury
Whalen. 25. aame
Irvin* N Allen 14 Detroit; Alt*
Nixon *5 Htrmlnfham
Georg* Essex. 32. Wlllla Helen
Finn. JO, Belleville
I.otila A Turner. 2V Detroit; Jo
aephtne Woodson. It. aame
John Pltplvi. 2* Detroit Mary Hal
i)( " 4 mnif
William Fletcher IS. Detroit. Win-
Ifre.l Smith. 23. same .
Hetihen CrlPhrtcld. 44, Detroit.
F.dlth Simon, 21. aame
David Moore. 22. Detroit; Albe
Waldo. 14 aame
Births.
not a-H Aakley I*l Morrell, M
.1 «aniaarak. .1 Clippert. .1 MJllaa. 24*
West End W Koewr. 375 (’an. T
Wilkin <>n 25 Harper W Miller 53*
Mr! >ouk«II F Itolf m* Mlrhlaan.
< J?.ik >.i ai- l. * Itir * |L It Van NV.
t|e 1 p.'i Oilhert T K-»ano*rakl ?*"•
Chene II Cortrluht. Sainnritan ho*
nltal, V T.utomaki, 1*53 St Vubln 1
Krul, 14*> lumtlon. W Bume>. 732
Weaaon. A Pullen 32 r>unedln I
Cuaonsa. *'*7 t'nmeion *1 Pollefevt,
So* I’hef-e A IMetrr *yk. 22* Tillman
ft Kentenu. 5*4 Crawford A M'-rJav-
In 527 st Clair. 1' Klwart. '• n M**d
loir > \V S rniy, *l2 Tromtil»-v
«lirla M Swade. 417 B'«uM»n, c
Barnil.al. *4 Cntl.erln* H E irr >««.
*9 Medina. " r 43'aahhurn ll*o Flah
er S Frux<nak», llk Hammond, C
l.udv 535 Van Dyk< !•' HoUhtieter.
41* foledrw It M• Call, Hi Vermont
F. Wnlkowlnk. li:» M Douanll; S
Wnlejowakl, \fr»dluir* !■* Socall.
15*3 M.otten, 1. SI tie l li, 1317 Rivard.
33 Srhukofakl. »3< - . Horatio; F tile*.
77is t’anton 1 Wantuch. *2 Oreu*
aei I. OniMv, >D* llllnoi*. A Ta •
stert, 107* Falrvl.'W, h' Dlrtrlrh. 1117
ftllery. II Weaver. I*‘'7 St ~ W.
CJan-n. 11*1 Hherldan .1 Kuharaka.
13*2 Campbell. I PttWlowakl, 21 Bol
lln. T Mahaff>, 1*32 Seminole. S Bur.
a'e. 124 Hawthorne, F llaiinklewlr *,
S3* William*. E l.oytutter. 7* f »l Sheri
dan
Deaths
Thom<n Kelly# 104* W, Warren, 71
years, ansurysm. Catherine Foley, 243
Lacrosse 31 year*. tuberculosis, Jo
seph Schults. Grace hospital, 32 \ .-nr*.
m*ntng 11 la. Grace W'olflM. STo W
Itanro. k. 72 years, nephritis Lout*
f*e Rousle, 251 Seventeenth. 49 year*
npoplety. Gordon Swind. 66g Trum
bull. 30 ivy* premature birth. John
Tllllto, 1119 Vandyke, 09 \ears. ne.
phi 111*. Napoleon t.»r*mie, \l C. Ity
and 11' Ornml Rlvd . 67 years, mitral
Insufficiency. Joseph Poanesst, 299
Rreweter. 9 months meningitis, Pnlle
M. M«*on. 211 K Palmer. 64 years,
myocarditis. Parrur* S Cummins. |
Charlevoix hotel. 6 monlha. auto In- ,
toalcatlon. Ferdinand Mtottel 31
Utint. s# y ear*. n«ut* nephritis, 'a >ll
- \ Clark »o F.nglewood. 44 years,
aneurism. Julia Voorhels. 337 Carter, i
64 years, hepatic carcinoma; August
Katell 113 Pelonae 41 tears, gastric
cancer George F; Parker *75 Stan- :
lex. ?4 years, phthisis John Mcln
tosh. Harc>er hospital. 46 years im
holts; Ann Flannery. 975 Russell, 66
years, heart disease. Wllhelmlna
Schlaak. 1115 Fifteenth, 64 years to - j
i her pneumonia Mnrv C Dessotcll 4'.l
Dorado apt* 79 years, arterlc scle
rosis Corelina Tauhe 1015 Farns
worth 6* vears. diabetes rnellltns;
Pena Snuden. 131 Winder, 9; years,
senility
Mortuary
A *IIM 41 4«H P. 11. Tuesday night,
beloved husband of Delphfne Ash
baugh. at the home of Ms brother
In-law. Mr John F Podirr 43 Mast
Rovfon-hlvd. Notice of funeral
later
DAKIN bin* 4. PH-., at residence.
147 Avery-ave, Agnes Adelaide,
widow of l>r Daniel Dakin Fu
neral services from house Thurs
day p m at 5 o'clock Portal pri
vate
DWt Fit Suddenly. June * 1415,
George R Dwyer t.rother of Wil
liam Pwver Funeral Thursday.
June 10 from residence of slater.
Mrs Nellie Valllre, 164 Vermont
sve at 4 30 o’clock, and from St
Vincent's church at 9 o'clock
Purl.il at Mt Klllott cemetery via
auto
I.ARAMIF June 4, at residence. 474
Junction-S'e , Napoleon, haloved
husband of Anns (.aramle, father
of Mrs. M Hunt. Mrs W Penson.
Mrs 1 «oul* Olh-hrlst. Daniel,
Charles and Frank Ijnrsmte Fu
rer'nl from reslden. e Thursday.
June 10. at s If. and Holy Redeem
er church at 4
M A *«» \ -June 7. 1916, at the resi
dence of her sister, Mrs Charlea
Wiliam l.ynna, 469 Fortst east.
Mrs Grin J Mason, flee Reile Mills,
aged 44 y«ars, mother of Mrs
Janies Connell and sister of Mrs
Joe Klllott. of Pay Pity, and An
drew A. Mills. Funeral from house
Thursday morning at 11 o'clock.
Out-of-town papers please copy.
EVERYBODY’S COLUMN
It Ell* \\ \N*nCU—M4I.R.
WANTED Ha lea men huatlera. fine
pro|M,r It lon , atuta r\perlem*t 111 If
ply Hot I*. No. 20. Tlmea
llMl.t* V IMKil—t'k H \ I.K.
EFFICIENT youn« lady want* office
work llaa ewltrhboard axnerlance
and can furnDh heat of rarerenre#
from pnat employ er r* Cad 3034
MISS lit tETTCIIEII, I 111 Seward. I*
Invited to ti 1 1 e 111 1 the nrpheum
theater n* nn*-t of the Detroit
Tlmea, Wednesday evening. Two
ticket* are unlllnii for her at nf
fll<>
N'l' 1 about 2<> yeara, wood
habit* r.s;, Trumbull-ave
WANTED
25 Telephone Operators
We pay while learning Fine oppor
tunity yi advancement Beat room*
provided for off-duty hour*, flood
Indu< eno rita to bright girl*
PHONE CO.
Apply Cadillac Exchange, rorner of
THE MICHIGAN' STATE TELE-
John it and Madlaon.
* l TOMOIILBI,
FREE MOTOR !K)AT SHOW
AT
1256 Jefferson Avenue East
Watch for the GLASS HOUSE
A complete line of motor boat*,
canoe*, rowboat*, enirii** and all
aorta of marine acceasorlea and flt
tinga.
DON'T FAIT- TO COME
Open ever* day fi orn 4 a in. to » p m
Saturday* open from Ham to 4
p m
Open Sunday* only by apeclal ap
pointment
DBTR< *IT PM (AT Ci >MPA NT.
OUR REBUILT CARS
Make big money In rental aervlce.
"Aak tne boye at the aland ”
THE WINTON CO.
>9l Woodward ave.
A I TO I* 4 INTI VO.
Auto and Wagon Painting
o. k melt-, rnop.
Ca«* and Adam*. Uoatalra.
At Tit I3*THI fTIOS
STI DENTS WANTED
Darn to drive and repair automo
bile* bv the St aril ng Hyatem; In
dividual Inatrin tlon. new r]«aa each
week Enroll now for next week.
Sterling Auto College. 717 Caae-ava.
atilMAi ori'OHTI NITIES.
SEE
Diegle & Rees
for a good paving buaineaa.
Open Sunday from 10 to l p m
32<i Free Brea* Bldg Main *ll
w- - ■ ..... i
TEA, coffee, butter, egga and gro
cer* rout*, muat *eli at once. «n|o*
average 1250 a week. 191 Berlln-st
I Uldge 1 720. M
- - - ===ar==ss=s=:
mu mi •.
Cf'M F’KTKNT trust worthy operative*,
day or night 11 O Dwyer Secret
A*- 1 vice But< au. No 503 fireltmeyer
bldg Cadillac 351 Night* and
Sunday a, phone We»t 2571
row aai.k—Mi*' El-l.ANrot a.
EI-KCTBIf FANS and motor* we
rent. a**ll. exchange Scott* Broa.,
34 Macomb
IN’V \I.II) S ndjuatable wheel chn'r.
*3* St Auhln-avc Cheap
MBS IIICIIA 111 >T. st\ th**t , la In
vited to attend the < upheum thea
ter a* gueat of the Detroit Tlniea.
SVedheatlav evening. Two tbketa
are waiting f<<r her at office.
PAKI.<*H furniture, aewing machine
j etove nml refrlgeiatur. cheap 134
St. Aubln-ave
TYPEWRITE ns All neyi »srt; rebuilt
J’• 5 tip Kent tl mo. up.
• IflnaWl Ag.nta <'«>rona. we gh* 4
ihXM. ]t'« Open Sat eve till a
! Detroit Type. Cos. I*o
.left nr Wood Main l'"!
SHOW CASKS
SP.K I'd before buying elsewhere W*
lead In prices and duality Others
follow
Counter*, shelving, wall cases, etc.
We al*o manufacture a complete
line of
SODA FOUNTAINS
back bar*, chairs, tables, stools,
mirror*, etc Ruy direct from man-
Sfarturer and save Jobber*' profit*.
Detroit Store Fixture Cos.
Main 4<>22. 327 *4l Gratiot.
KAM.ROAT for rale. 32 ft sloop rig.
reasonable cheap for cash. Hem
kx k nn-w
•ODA rOintTAltf. billiard and pool
table* new and second-hand Geo.
Marsh Cos. 9 Farmer-st E 7. terms.
WF EXCHANGE your old furniture
for new or give you cash. Main
jnat 16.7 Mfchtgan-av*
LOANS ON PSttKONAL FROPCRTT.
MuNEY Id>ANKL> at lowest rataa op
diamond*, watches, mink and seal
Van Baalen’s Ix>an Office
ESTARLISHED 111!;. CAD. SOM
171 .'helhy-at.. r< ar of Hotel Cadillac
LOST AMI Hit 3D.
IJ >ST Silver chatelaine, composed of
purse, court plaster ra*e. gloye hut
lonet and nail file *nd s gold pen
cil, all attached lo stiver liar pin
Rewaid for return to 47 West Phll
adalptl < Ol .all North |tl| M
T/isT Sunday morning, four chil
dren's sweaters. three red. one
whit*, between 1311 l<nfavette ***t
and Clawson Telephone E**t 346 R
CONTRACTORS' estimates on laving
brick, labor and material or labor
only. Andrew*. 76 FI Fort
IX»ST Sunday, Jun* 4. in n v Rail's
confectionery, leather Catholic
prayer hook and inettel. valued as
Keepsake Reward Call North
1346-It
MONEY TO I.OAN.
COVSTHPCTION loans - Liberal
amounts J F Wehrr. 304 Oratlot
LAND CONTRACTS ROITOHI
LIPF.RAL TA>ANS ON REAL ESTATE.
M'tNTY T<» LOAN ON ”At ANT LOTS
WILL REY FOPITIKH IN VACANT
PROPERTY OR IMPROVED HEAL
ESTATE.
REAL ESTATE EXCHANGER A
SPECIALTY
EBERT, 809 Majttttt Rid*.
PF’.RAON At *.
NOTICE—Ts any poor girl la In trou
ble. needing advice, frlendahip or
help, write or call on SECRETARY
MARGARET Dt l FT. 993-Fort at
west. Salvation Army.
LADIES’ IIATS rehlocked Hemps and
Panamas our specialty. The Kxrlu*
•Its Hat Frame Shop, 11 Oratlot.
At TUMOBII KR Al TItMORII.ES
LOVELAND < XIMPANY.
New 1916 Prices. You (’an Own An Automobile Now.
SEE SEE SEE
Chalmers 7-passenger was $650.00, now $375.00
Mitchell was SBOO.OO, now $595.00
Mitchell Six was $900.00, now $535.00
(’ole Roadster ~was $900.00, now $650.00
IhiiKe, new \tas $925.00, now $750.00
Roadster, new was $925.00, now $650.00
Detroiter was $950.00. now $650.00
Commerce was $450.00, now $295.00
Commerce was $350.00, now $200.00
Tourinj? Car Mas $250.00, now $150.00
Carte rear was $350.00, now $250.00
CASH OR EASY PAYMENT
LOVELAND
MADE IT SAFE TO BUY A USED CAR.
I) ETROIT—B UFF A LO—C LEV ELA ND.
I»EKTI*»TA. dentist*.
rWill gn further here than you will believe until
you have allowed u* to do your dental work The
majority of Detroiter* will teil you that Adam*' Pent
lata are aavlt g the Public juat 50 Per Cent upon Den
tal Work and al*o not raualng any pain*
Palnleaa Extraction Guar- Guaranteed Silver and
unteed. By u»e of «*aa or Cement Filling*
Vitalised Air Alao by an Tin
*pplb ntloti to *utn*
Out-of-Town Patient* Sf(|M rio , d porcelain and
*hould write fur appoint- Alloy Filling*.
rn«*nt imu have work done », tt_
haute da> thev com* Conte t I U'P
In anon’ Today If you w.ah Hrldgework. Teeth wlth
‘ f . or . r ,I . KK examination 0 „ ( Plate-> of OoM or
snd cMlmate Porcelain. Guaranteed,
f redlt Me will accept
part down, balance In pay- g>o-$4
menta while work la being So , M (Jolfl p or celaln
r. • frown*,
nfflee Hour* —Dally front a.
> 3 ft a m to 9p. m Sunday*
and holiday*. 9 a. : m to * Plate*. Set* of Teeth.
t i m DR r n. J.. 7 1 lm .J' ady " ,t * ndant " $5-SB-$lO
ADAMS * n tlm *" V
DR. ADAMS’ Cut-Rate DENTISTS
REGISTERED AND GRADUATE DENTISTS.
Corner MICHIGAN and GRISWOLD Entrance 141 GRISWOLD, Second
Floor over Klnael a Drug Store Take Stair* or Elevator Phone Main 533.
k for sign over doorw*y
HTOR 4GB AND 4 ABTAfiK.
ACME Storage, mammoth warehouae.
Storage, moving. M. *9s* 11 Oilman.
CENTRAL STORAGE CO., moving,
packing, fireproof; rate* right Mo
tor van* for auburban moving.
Phnna Cadillac *9
ROFHL BRf*B , Storage. Cartfcgn and
Packing. Offlc- I*s Alfred Ridge
*2* Waverly-ave.
PARTY MOVING to California can
rent part of < ar. Central Storage
Cos.. Cadillac <9
STOR 4(1 E.
STORAGE furniture, nearly new. bar
gain price Sutnner Cos., Mich. A 4th.
3% iiTr.n r» ru y.
CASH CASH'—We buy old fa)*e
teeth, old gold watehe*. diamond*,
jewelry, etc i n any condition
Liberty Refining Cos, 97 Woodward
ave, fourth floor
34' A N TEl>—3H*t F.1.1. 4 MCOI 4.
OI.D feather bed a wanted Jewel Mat
trea*Co..3s9 Michigan Cadillac 495.
ro Ri;^T—HOI IR3,
Hannan Rental Agency
A free llat of houae* and flat* Call
In lieraonjat the oldeat nnd largeat
real tHtnre exchange In Michigan.
1 McGRAW BLDG
.MR BURKHART. *75 Clinton. I* In
cited to ittend the orpbeum thea
ter n* gueat of the Detroit Times.
Wedneaday e\-enlng, Two tbketa
are waiting for him at offb-e
A LARGE 9-rrmm houae. finished In
uuarterei*. rnik. all modern, up-to
date Improvement*; nice yard ev
erything A No 1 7**o Cnaa-ave.
Call between 4am and 4 pm.
TO HUNT—ROOM*
"hotel FRANKLIN
Cor Earned and Rate*—only a block
from Woodward and Jefferson-ave*
Extra fine, ateam-heated room* at
*per|*l Summer Hate* 50c. 75c. sl.
#1 50 per day. |3 to |7 per week
ROOMS Furniture for room* com
plete tl week Sumner. Mich. A 4th.
TO KENT Fi.ATV
FERRY PARK WEST. No. 5 0
Lower five-room steam-heated apart
motif. 127.50; hot water. Janitor,
newly dei orated
UNION TRUST ' ' ’ MAIN 1470
TO MEVI'—HI SINKS* PI.ACICS.
Fourteenth-ave., Near McGraM-
Only one of theae large new atore*
left Splendid location for any
kind of buaineaa. Apply 411 Union
Ti u*t bldg.
ORATIOT-aVeT CfkRNER CRANE -
New stoie and flat above; choice
iocatlon Reasonable rent. 411
Union Trust HI Ig
ii> rent—pmrni.
PIANOS- Beat make*, gieatest as
sortment; year’* rent allowed on
purchase GHINNELL BMOS. 245
Wot dward ave
TO SciAltCi-iIU K.ST4TE.
FOB EXCHANtIF. -Property In Ford
city for property aomewhere along
the eiertrlr line, suitable for a gro.
cerv ator# anti home. Address P.
O. nox 349, Ecorae.
OSGAR AND ADOLPH AT THEIR GAY PRANKS.
H( ftICHT t>!3* VAY. BNCASS, ) HAM Uvet) IN D.3S CAVC $0 ST'?S'
~..1 .. .
FOR a 4 I.K—VACANT LOTS.
Seventy-Five Cents
Down
The foot think* a thing worth
less or It wouldn’t be ofTered him.
Telephone girl*, office girl* and
others investigate this: A fine
30-foot lot In the North Wood
ward highest class residential
section for 75c down and 75c
weekly. Shade trees and side
walks all In You men or women
who work for moderate wage*
hurry up and call Main 12*7. Thla
la better than a savings account.
E. W. VAS VARY
420 Free Press Bldg.
talk abut t a bargain
45- ft lot out Grant! River on Stapela
ave . water, sewer and aldowalk;
teadv for you to build Term*
Box B. No sb. Time*
GRAND RIVER
Avenue. I '•* acre* on easy term* at
right price—l2,7oo.
EBERT, 309 Majestic Bid*.
I’Rt >HI'K**T A3 S. 10x115. Price be
low market value Term*.
Shipman ave. 8 30x115. All Im
provements except paving Bargain
Term* Box 11. No. 90. Time*
Mil J. H Rio ke 1 475 frouot*. la In
vited to attend the Orpheum thea
ter a* guest of the Detroit Time*,
on Wednesday evening Two tick
et* are waiting for hint at nfflee
ON r Lf»f>K means a lot In our new
Mib out Grand River, near pros
pective new city limits: car service;
prices to suit all incomes Improve,
nients Get busy and look Box J,
Nn. *t Times
FOR s 41. K —UK Ml. AIK I’ROIM'HTV
TWO-FLAT BARGAIN
ONLY jr.no DOWN
Balance eaav. Fine brick veneer, all
oak (Irtish beautiful decoration*
large porches, etc . nice lawn and
back yard Will lie completed In
two weeks I-ocated at 31-33 Wal
nut-st.. between Van Dyke and
Seyburn. one block north of Ker
cheval. I-ook at this property and
then come to my office for detail*
Hurry on this
E. W. VASVARY
420 Free Pres* Bb*g Main 1 247.
MRS OH AS ROUHKE. 212 Congress
E. I* Invited to attend the Orpheum
theater a* guest of the Detroit
Ttmes on Wednesday evening. Two
ticket* are watting for her at of
flc«.
$4,900 FLAT ~~
Trumbull and Forest district, worth
15,500.
EBERT; 309 Majestic Rldpr.
34 4 vn.n—HKA I, ESTATE.
WILL BUY equities in vacant
lots, improved property or
real estate under foreclosure.
EBERT, 309 Majestic Bid*.
W I3TK.fV-1.4M1 C ONTRACT*.
LAND CONTRACTS BOUGHT
LIBERAL LOANS ON REAL ESTATE.
MONET TO LOAN ON VACANT LOTS
MONEY TO I/iaN ON REALTY
EQUITIES.
REAL ESTATE EXCHANGES A
SPECIALTY
EBERT. 309 Majestic Bid*.
DETROIT TIMES
MONEY SAVING
HINTS FOR YOU
row SAI.K,—KAHMft. |
COUNTRY”HOMES -
Out Grand Hlvrr; I*o U' re* beautiful
rolMiiit .lay loam soil; no hill* or
waatr lan«l. Ideal building*; tile
drain lara>- orchard*, wire fence*,
exclusive location, and everythin*
that make* a farm home beautiful
It will j>ay you to wee this Price
118.000, trade or rant) payment
I«<> AT RES.
Out tVoil ward-RVe . 13 *4 mile*
from clt> hall, ha* running water,
the l>**t of *oll, wire fence*, very
good house, 3 barn*, good well*.
Thl* farm I* on the 11-mile rnnd
and land on every aide I* selling
f..i ||M m..i« Ml acre than we
are asking for this.
I'or particular* and term* write
or pht.ne u*.
TROMBLEY, WILSON &
CO.. Cadillac 6909
ions Chamber of Commerce bid*
FRUIT FARM
40 acre*. 10 acre* cberrle*. 10 s<-r**
nen. he*. 10 acre* apple*, all bear
ing: S-room cottage, ami packing
hou»e, all for 13, 500; term* Thl*
I* a monev maker 3Ve have many
other good farm* at bargain price*.
Pall, phone <>r write. Maloney*
Campbell Realty Cos., Inc.. 5<M Free
I’re** Bldg
IXU'IS fscMMIPT, * Frontenac-blvd..
I* Invited to attend the nroheum
theater a* guest of the Detroit
Time*, \V*.lne*dny evening. Two
tPket* are waiting for him at of
flc*.
TEN APRES, clo*e to atone road.
Wayne only SBOO
2 acre*. Roval Oak, close to stone
road and electric; only f1.200.
1 acre* Roval '>ak. with fine new
bungalow close to electric; a *nap,
FRANK E PRi'Uts st r* Dime Rank
bldg Pherrv 2880. I’hone evening*
Royal Oak 84
30 ACRES”
U mile from Farmlngtr.n and elertrle
line All level Beat of poll. Earge
buildings Mu*t have cash, and *ell
thl# week Pall at onee
STEELE BROS.
417 Free Pre** Bldg Cad 279.
ARNOLD HOME
LOSES FIGHT FOR
MORRIS ESTATE
The allp of tisane paper purport
ing to he the will of Mias Frances
Morris, which left about $15,000
i *<> the Arnold Home»for the Aged,
was barred front probate. Wednes
day morning, by Probate Judge
Command. The alleged will was
found In a locket whirh belonged
to Miss Morris by Miss Gladys P.
Hartell. who had assisted Miss Mor
ris in h®r housework for 15 years.
The will left $1,500 to Miss Partell.
Richard P Morris, brother of
Frances, who was bequeathed SI,OOO
by the terms of the bit of paper,
contested the effort to admit the
will to probate. He was represent
ed by former Prosecutor Allan H.
Frazer, an intimate fri’nd of the
father of Mr. and Miss Morris. The
father, two-score years ago, was
one of the most prominent railroad
1 engineers in the middle west. He
was connected with the laying out
of th? Michigan Central system.
Judge Command refused to admit
the will to probate after attorneys
for the Rev. C. L. Arnold, who filed
the will in probate court, admitted
that they had been unable to get in
touch with witnesses, who. they ex
pected, would substantiate their
claims. The attorneys told the
court they felt it would be useless
to ask for further continuance.
SUPERVISORS TO
MEET MONDAY
Judge Hosmer has signed an order
directing that a special meeting or
the board of supervisors be called
for Monday morning, June 14. at 11
o'clock, to recind action taken by the
board on April 15, 1914, relative to
a petition for the annexation of a
portion of Greenfield township. l.ast
year the board refused to submit the
question of annexation on the
ground that the annexation was un
constitutional. The supreme court
has since held that the law is valid
Robert Oakman's subdivision Is in
cluded in that portion of Greenfield
township seeking annexation.
The Ford Motor Co.’s hand of 75
men will begin, July 15.. 4 nine
weeks’ tour through the west to the
Parlflc coast, traveling on a special
train with sleeping and dining cars
in« luded. Stops will be made in Chi
cago. Ix>a Angeles. FI Paso. Denver.
Salt Lake City and San Francisco.
Free concert* will he given in all of
these cities. All of the expenses of
the trip are being met by the Ford
company, and during the absence of
the men their wages will he paid
CANARY TIPS OFF
WHERE MISSING
GOODS ARE STORED
’’Speaking of the Intelligence of
pets,” said Police Court Clerk How
ard Bowman. Wednesday, ’’there Is
the case of Rav Burnham s canary.
"When Burnham returned, after a
long absence, to his former room at
No. 55 Grand Klverave. east, be
found that the rooming house had
changed hands, and he was told that
the new owners knew nothing at all
about the S2OO worth of personal
property that be had lett In the
place. The stuff included a pet ca
nary, and Hurnhain, after ascertain
ing from hia former landlady that
his goods w ere intact w he.n she gave
up possession of the house. swore to
a search warrant for the place, and
went there. Tuesday afternoon, with
Detective Otto Wandrie. They found
the canary, but nolhiug else.
” 'lf that bird could only talk.*
said Burnham to Wandrie, ‘perhaps
he could tell me where my stuff is.’
And the canary cocked his head over
I on one side, closed one eye, and said
’Peep!’ while he gazed steadfastly
toward a nearby room with the oth
! er eye.
I “ ’There’s a tip for us,’ said Burn
ham to Wandrie, and he took a peep
info the room Indicated, and there
found nearly half of his goods hld
-1 den away. They went back to the
I Ird for further orders, but the ca
| nary didn’t have another word to
' say.
”So when Burnham made his re
turn on the search warrant, ly told
1 me the story, and added, ‘lt’s too bad
I didn’t have a parrot for a pet. 1
! might have found all of the stuff,
with full directions.’”
TO LAY BLAME
FOR WRECK ON
CREW OF TRAIN
Attorney Frank I>. Raman, rep
resent Ing the three street railway
employes charged with manslaugh
ter, 1n connection with the grade
crossing tragedy in which 15 per
sons were killed when a IX, T. A
I. train crashed Into a Fort line
car. indicated that the defense
would contend that the railroad
: crew was responsible for the wreck,
when the examination was started
before Justice Gainey, Tuesday aft
ernoon.
Richard Vallade. regular motor
man. and John C. Westover, student
motnrman, wer3 before the Justice,
Tuesday, Conductor George Asam
being granted a separate examina
tion.
The case was adjourned until
Tuesday, when Rosa Chrzanowska,
of No. 34 Whlte-at., will he the star
witness. She is the woman for
whom Motorman Westover stopped,
at the edg l of the railroad track,
while she alighted from the car. the
stop being blamed for the horror
that occurred a moment later.
WARNS AGATNST
THE USE OF SMALL
BOATSAS FERRIES
Park Commissioner Dust has re
i reived a cominiinicatlon from Rich
ard I. Lawson, collector of customs,
relative to the existing danger In
j conveying passengers to and from
] Belle Isle in snmll ferries. Capt. G.
|C. Carmln a , of trie L T . S. coast guard
Morrill, had his crew patrol the w-a
--| ters between the island and the
mainland, Saturday and Sunday.
Several small passenger boats were
found not properly equipped under
government regulations. Capt. Car
mine reported to Collector I .aw son
that he found a condition of pas
senger tarfllc, which if not reme
died. is likely to result in an acci
dent. The collector recommends
that Commissioner Dust limit the
traffic to a certain number of large
boats, or provide additional dock
ing facilities for small boats.
"The recommendation of the col
lector is along the very line that I
am now working, and for which I
am being criticised.” said Commis
sioner Ihist. "I am trying to limit
the traffic between the dock at the
bridge approach and the bathhouse
landing to six large ferries. Two of
these six ferries are owned and
operated by Carl Schwelkart, the
man to whom, according to some
1 people. I am trying to give a mo
description of cooking clasa
from New York paper- "‘Some
times I put in a pinch of salt and
1 roim times I don’t.’ says the woman
'in ihe great while apron shame
! fncedly, and the 47 are tremulous
with the excitement of adventure."
________________
Detroit Time* Joh Printing Dept.—
Main 482®.
THE EUROPEAN CONFLICT
AS SEEN FROM DAY TO DA
By J. W. T. MASON.
(Written fur tke t nltrd Pream.
NEW YORK. June 10- Delay a
in mobilization probably continue
to be the reason why the Ital
ian offensive toward Trieste re
mains checked along the Isonzo
river. For nearly two weejct., the
Italians have remained quiescent in
their present positions.
During the first days of the war
they penetrated between seven and
10 miles into Austrian territory
north of the Gulf of Trieste, but
since then no further advance has
been attempted. Ammunition can
not yet have given out, and the
only remaining reason for the curi
ous condition of affairs is that the
organization for sending men to the
front la developing Imperfections.
The presenT development of the
Trieste campaign differs, in out
ward appearance, from the stoppage
of the German offense last August,
along the Meuse river, in Belgium.
The Belgian check began when the
Germans reached Liege, on Aug. 4,
and continued until the allies evacu
ated Namur, on Aug 23. The halt
was caused primarily by the active
opposition of the allies, which cir
cumstance marks the difference bc-
nopoly on the island ferry business.
"It would not be to the advantage
of the general public for me to ex
tend the island docks for the bene
fit of 20 or more small ferries.
There are now eight docks on Belle
Isle, and I do not want to mar the
natural beauty of the island with a
long line of docks."
Commissioner Dust met with a
special committee of aldermen,
Wednesday afternoon, to formulate
a set of rules for the regulation of
the boat traffic to and from the
island.
DETROIT FIRM
LOW BIDDER FOR
COURT BUILDING
Bids for the construction of the
proposed new municipal court
building, to iront on St.. Antoine-st.,
between Clinton and Macomb-sts.,
were opened in the office of Commis
sioner Fenkell. Wednesday morning.
The low bid. $.*87,400, waA submit
ted by Irwin A Ixdghton. a Detroit
concern.
Fourteen bids were received in
response to the commissioner’s ad
vertisement. Six were submitted by
local construction companies, and
eight by out-of-town concerns. Sev
eral of the larger local companies
did not bid for the work. The ef
forts of outside concerns to land
the Job can be attributed to the fact
that building in the larger cities
outside of Detroit, is not booming at
present.
The other bids on the buildjfig
are a« follows: Thompson-Slarrett
Cos.. Chicago, $647,400; nryant. A
Detw Her Cos.. Detroit. $648,500; A. J.
Smith Construction Cos., Detroit,
$647,270; Albert. A. Albrecht Cos., De
ttoit. $648,000; Jas. Stewart & Cos.,
Inc.. Chicago. $644,990; John Grif
fiths A Son Cos., Chicago. $699,500;
F. H. Goddard. Inc., Detroit. $035.-
812; C. A. Moses Construction Cos.,
Chicago, $655,256; F. W. Mark Con
struction Cos., Cleveland, $711.492;
The Connors Bros. Cos.. New York
city, $683,900; Bing A Bing Con
struction Cos., New York city. $683,-
890; W. E. Wood Cos.. Detroit, $627.
312; Jas. 1,. Stuart, Pittsburgh. $670,-
800.
HUSBAND COMES
BACK TO WIFE
Mrs. Anna Coopersmßh. of No.
202 Wilkins-st., appeared before
Justice Stein, Wednesday morning,
and hlushingly asked the Judge to
dismiss the case against her bin
band. Benjamin. Justice Stein was
only mildly surprised, but he pro
fessed amazement as he demanded
"What ? Dismissed ?"
Mrs. Coopersmlth had been in
tensely anxious to ha\e some suit
able punishment Invented for her
husband, when she was last in
court. She had told a pitiful story
of being deserted time and again,
while her husband lived with an af
finity. who had borne him several
children. Coopersmlth was captur
ed in Jackson by Detective Allen af
ter a five months absence.
"And you want him released,
now?” demanded Justice Stein
"Yes,” said Mrs Coopersmlth.
calmly. "Its all fixed up. He’* com
ing hack to me.”
The Judge released Coopersmlth.
and scratched the same spot on tils
head that he has seraiched a thous
and times before under similar cir
cumstances
Prtntlna. Ike plain neiif kind— Hint
I* rlfhl—Tlmr* Jnk Dept.—Main 4820.
PAGE ELEVEN
tween the early development®
the German and Italiaa oft—Hipß
Below th® surtoo®, feBVBMRgwH
essential similarity ®xlats ®o
causes of the Meuse oMek, ulfl
Isonzo bait. Th® Osmil hMH
tion was ndt sufficiently o4*4lfi(fll
ntil ill.- 1 bird week after th® W«fl
began, to permit that ov®rwkolMflflp
rush which carried th® kafcgMtfbJ
troops almost to Port®. ,
The Italian halt ha® oeeoHßi^pf
re any aerloua encounter with in
enemy has been fought Thi®
suggests the Italian mobillaatMffi
far behind the atandnrd of ®®lMts|f,|
fixed by the Germans lost Aug— ft.
The Germans were abl® to Ifclft j
into Belgium a force sufloft—l $0:
maintain a continuous vaag—s4'Bß* -
tion until the major mas® of tt* .
German troops was ready to atvflHk }
Italy has not succeeded In approoek* ’
Ing this record In any way.
Italy’s failure, In the third weak
of her entrance Into the war. to ko*-'
gin the development of «vbb B .
minor offensive. Is not encouroflfct/
to those who believed large military
capacity would be shown by thi
Italian general staff. Lock of BO*
padty for organisation may ho
Italy’s worst foe In the day® that
are ahead.
SAW SON’S WIFE J
INTOXICATED, SAYS
HENRY’S FATHHfI
Melville Henry, president of tkß i
Standard Pattern work®, took tho j
witness stand. Wednesday morning*
In Judge Hally's court to aid hi®
A. Preston, in his divorce suit
The testimony of Mr. Henry »o»
ferred largely to charge® of drunkSffi».-
ness against Mrs. Sybil A. Henry,
defendant and cross-complalnaat to
the divorce action.
“The first, time I saw her latost*
rated," testified Mrs. Henry’s fntktffi
in-law, "was at a Thanksgiving day
dinner in my son's home. She drop*
I ped her knife and fork, and wMi
she tried to feed her daughter, Ow—»
dolyn, she dropped food all over her
waist."
Mr. Henry testified about aaotlMf
dinner in the home of his son. Aft '
that time, he said, his daugbtortß*
law seemed to act strangely.
"My wife noticed It," testified Mr.
Henry, "and all of a sudden ByMI
looked up and shouted at my wtf®t
What s the matter, do you thlßk
I'm drunk?’"
Mr. Henry said the remark caused
his wife to hurst Into tear®.
Attorney Percy Groee, counsel for
Mrs. Henry, on his crosa-examtßßr
tion of hiß client's father-ln-tow,
made the latter admit that b® hod
sat at a table with his ®on'l wtf®
when she drank cocktail® and cbam»
pngne. He protested vigorously
when Grose, by his questions, !*•
sinuated that he had encouraged Mrs,
Henry in quaffing Intoxicating 11*
quors.
Mrs. Melville Henry sat in th®
court room while her huaband t«®tt*
fled, and with numerous sharp
glances and flash of eyes sought to
substantiate her mate's testimony.
SQUABBLE OVER
HIGHLAND PARK
MAINS GOES ON
EfTorts of the Detroit water board
to restrain the village of Highland
Park from extending its water mains
pending the decision of the stat®
supreme court on the question Os
ownership of the pipe lines, wer®
temporarily blocked. Wednesday
morning, after Judge Hally had
heard arguments In the cose. Tho
judge announced that he would sub
; mit the problem to his colleogu®®
; for consideration before he gnv® a
decision. The case, originally, wag
; heard with three Judges sitting ®B
banc. This Is the reason why Judg®
Hally declined to pass upon It aloa®.
Highland Park contends that tt
owns the piping, while the city
water hoard Insists that It laid out
Ihe system and never turned It over
to the village. Highland Park woo
. its case in circuit court about on®
month ago, and the water hoard ap
pealed to the supreme court.
U. S. Fruit to South America.
A fruit cargo, which left New
York for South America in January,
j Included 4,150 boxes and 650 half
boxes pears. 9,061 boxes and *lO
i barrels apples and 331 barrels
grapes for Rio de Janeiro, and l.ilt
1 half boxes pears. 5,434 boxes and
450 barrels of apples for Bu®OOS
1 Aires.
—By Condo.

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